Curriculum
Organization of Curriculum

Master’s Program

The curriculum is organized systematically – the class subjects required for the achievement of its educational purpose are provided and the guidance programs for creation of a thesis or research results about a thesis or a specific problem are developed.
The class subjects are classified into "Common subject" and "Major subject," and the contents are as follows.


Courses Description
Common Courses The courses are established to cultivate practical ability to solve problems which occur in school by tackling them and learning about them one another.
Major Courses 1 The special courses related to each specific area, the methodology in a wide range of specialized field related to school education and the methodology related to the approach to the study of school instruction are established to form advanced specialty which responds to modern educational issues and the development of interdisciplinary research.
2 Professional seminars to embody each research theme is established.

Professional Degree Program

The curriculum is organized systematically – the class subjects required for the achievement of its educational purpose are established.
The class subjects are classified into "Clinical Common subject," "Optional Subject according to Course" and "Practical Subject" and the contents are as follows.


Courses Description
Clinical Common Courses The subjects are established to systematically acquire knowledge, culture and skills which are the base of advanced and professional ability which is required for school teaching.
Optional Courses according to Course The subjects are established to give meaning to the practice at school based on deep knowledge and culture and acquire the ability to judge properly.
Practical Courses The subjects are established to acquire the ability to properly understand the situation of places of education and properly deal with it in cooperation with other people through the practice at school.

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